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2 SECTION G: Major Related Programs (MRPs) Table of Contents Bioengineering and Chemical Pre-Engineering Associate of Science Track 2 MRP... G3 Biology DTA/MRP... G5 Biology Education Associate of Science Track 1 MRP... G7 Business DTA/MRP... G9 Chemistry Education Associate of Science Track 1 MRP... G12 Computer and Electrical Pre-Engineering Associate of Science Track 2 MRP... G14 Elementary Education DTA/MRP... G16 Elementary Education DTA/MRP WSUV Pathway... G19 General Science Education AST1 MRP... G22 Math Education DTA/MRP... G24 Mechanical/Civil/Aeronautical/Industrial/Materials Science pre-engineering (Other Engineering) Associate of Science Track 2 MRP... G26 Physics Education Associate of Science Track 2 MRP... G28 Pre-Nursing DTA/MRP... G30 Section G: Major Related Programs (MRPs) : page G2

3 Bioengineering and Chemical Pre-Engineering Associate of Science Track 2 MRP The following is a degree program designed by a consortium of two-year and four-year colleges in Washington. Students should be aware that baccalaureate institutions may have slightly different requirements for these degrees, and students should consult the transfer institution for exact questions. Students should complete the entirety of any science sequence at the same school for best transferability. These degrees are not DTA degrees, and there are some general education requirements that students will need to finish upon transfer. Though this degree does not require such, Clark College students should know that the standard Clark AST degree path has this difference from the Major Related Program (MRP) defined below: Clark requires 3 credits of Health-Physical Education coursework. Students must also meet the residency requirements as established by Clark. While Clark College has approved offering the degree below, Clark students should keep these requirements in mind should their transfer pathways change. Students completing this Associate of Science will receive the same priority consideration for admission to the baccalaureate institution as they would for completing the direct transfer associate degree and will be given junior status by the receiving institution. It is critical that you work with an Engineering faculty advisor to ensure your program will give you the maximum benefit when you transfer. A. Basic Requirements Generic Requirements: 1. Communications Skills (5 credits) MRP Requirements: 5 quarter credits of English composition Clark College equivalents: ENGL&101 (5 cr.) Generic Requirements: 2. Mathematics (10 credits) Two courses at or above introductory calculus level. Third quarter calculus or approved statistics course: 5 quarter credits chosen with the help of an advisor based on the requirements of the specific discipline at the baccalaureate institution the student plans to attend. MRP Requirements: Calculus I, II, III 15 credits Differential Equations 5 credits Clark College equivalents: MATH&151 (5 cr.) MATH&152 (5 cr.) MATH&153 (5 cr.) MATH 221 (5 cr.) Notes: Clark requires concurrent enrollment of completion in MATH&254 when taking MATH221. MATH103 and MATH111 are required prerequisites for MATH&151 that may be needed if calculus placement is not met via COMPASS. Section G: Major Related Programs (MRPs) : page G3

4 Generic Requirements: 3. Physics (15 credits) Calculus-based or non-calculus based sequence including laboratory. Students should be advised that some baccalaureate programs require physics with calculus. MRP Requirements: Engineering Physics I, II, III + labs credits Clark College equivalents: PHYS&221 (5 cr.) PHYS&222 (5 cr.) PHYS&223 (5 cr.) Notes: Clark requires concurrent enrollment in PHYS094, 095, and 096. Generic Requirements: 4. Chemistry with Laboratory (5 credits) MRP Requirements: General Chemistry I, II, III + labs credits Organic Chemistry I + lab 4-6 credits Organic Chemistry II + lab OR Biology for Science Majors + lab Clark College equivalents: CHEM&141, 151 (5 cr.) CHEM&142, 152 (5 cr.) CHEM&143, 153 (6 cr.) CHEM&241, 251 (5 cr.) CHEM&242, 252 (5 cr.) OR BIOL&221 (5 cr.) B. Distribution Requirements Generic Requirements: 1. Humanities/Fine Arts/English and Social Sciences (15 credits) MRP Requirements: Minimum 15 quarter credits: Minimum 5 credits in Humanities, minimum 5 credits in Social Science, plus an additional 5 credits in either Humanities or Social Science for a total of 15 credits. Clark College equivalents: A course in Economics is recommended (ECON&201 or 202). PHIL&106 is strongly recommended as the Humanities course. Notes: Courses taken must come from the current ICRC distribution list in order to count as General Education or General University Requirements (GER s/gur s) at the receiving institution. Additional general educational requirements, cultural diversity requirements, and foreign language requirements, as required by the receiving institution, must be met prior to the completion of a baccalaureate degree. C. Electives Generic Requirements: The remaining quarter credits should be planned with the help of an advisor based on the requirements of the specific discipline at the baccalaureate institution the student selects to attend. For Engineering disciplines, these credits should include a design component consistent with ABET accreditation standards, as approved by the advisor. MRP Requirements: Engineering (14-15 credits) Select 3 electives as appropriate for intended major and intended baccalaureate institution: Computer Programming 4-5 credits Linear Algebra Calculus IV (Advanced or Multi-variable Calculus) Technical Writing Electrical Circuits Section G: Major Related Programs (MRPs) : page G4

5 Statics Thermodynamics Chemical Process, Principles and Calculations Biology for Science Majors I + labs Biology for Science Majors II + labs Organic Chemistry 2 + labs Clark College equivalents: Required at Clark: MATH&254 (5 cr.) Calculus IV Other electives as advised dependent on transfer institution. Total credits: credits Biology DTA/MRP This pathway is applicable to students planning to prepare for upper-division bachelor s degree majors in Biology. Many students transfer to baccalaureate institutions after completing the Associate Degree Direct Transfer Agreement (DTA); this pathway does not alter that agreement or the possibility that students may continue to follow this path. This Biology MRP streamlines and facilitates preparation for upper-division coursework in Biology across the state. This document represents an agreement between the following baccalaureate institutions offering bachelor s degrees in Biology or a related field and the community and technical college system. Baccalaureate institutions party to this agreement include: Central Washington University; Eastern Washington University; The Evergreen State College; University of Washington Seattle; Washington State University Pullman; Western Washington University; Saint Martin s University; Seattle University; and Whitworth University. Where the degree below allows for choice in courses, students are urged to contact potential transfer institutions to ensure that the courses chosen are best for the pathway. Though this degree does not require such, Clark College students should know that the standard Clark AA degree path has these differences from the MRP defined below: a. Clark requires 3 credits of Health-Physical Education coursework, and b. As of Fall 2011, Clark requires a course in Oral Communication, and c. Clark s Social Science distribution requirement stipulates that students take courses from at least three different departments. Students must also meet the residency requirements as established by Clark. While Clark College has approved offering the degree below, Clark students should keep these requirements in mind should their transfer pathways change. Students are responsible for researching and preparing for specific major requirements of baccalaureate institutions as early as possible prior to transferring. A. Basic Requirements Generic DTA Requirements: 1. Communications Skills (10 credits) MRP Requirements: 10 quarter credits of English composition Clark College equivalents: ENGL&101 (5 cr.) ENGL&102 (5 cr.) Notes: May be individualized based on baccalaureate college of choice. Section G: Major Related Programs (MRPs) : page G5

6 Generic DTA Requirements: 2. Quantitative/Symbolic Reasoning Requirement (5 credits) Intermediate algebra proficiency is required. MRP Requirements: 5 quarter credits of mathematics Calculus I Clark College equivalents: MATH&151 (5 cr.) Clark College equivalents: Statistics (a course that includes descriptive and inferential statistics) may substitute for Calculus I at some institutions; students are encouraged to check with the transfer institution early in their decision process to confirm requirements. Intermediate Algebra proficiency may be demonstrated by successful completion of a Calculus and/or Statistics course for which Intermediate Algebra is a prerequisite. B. Distribution Requirements Generic DTA Requirements: 1 Humanities (15 credits) MRP Requirements: 15 quarter credits of Humanities Consistent with the requirements in all DTA degrees - no more than 10 credits per discipline area, 5 credits maximum in world languages or ASL. No more than 5 credits of performance/skills classes are allowed. Clark College equivalents: 15 quarter credits of Humanities as defined in the Clark College catalog. Notes: In order to better prepare for successful transfer, students are encouraged to consult with the institution(s) to which they wish to transfer regarding the humanities courses that best support or may be required as prerequisites to their Biology curriculum. Generic DTA Requirements: 2. Social Sciences (15 credits) MRP Requirements: 15 quarter credits of Social Sciences Clark College equivalents: 15 quarter credits of Social Sciences as defined in the Clark College catalog. Notes: In order to better prepare for successful transfer, students are encouraged to consult with the institution(s) to which they wish to transfer regarding the social science courses that best support or may be required as prerequisites to their Biology curriculum. Generic DTA Requirements: 3. Natural Sciences (minimum of 15 credits) MRP Requirements: 30 quarter credits, including: 15 credits general biology (majors level) 15 credits general chemistry (majors level) Clark College equivalents: 31 quarter credits as follows: BIOL&221 (5 cr.) BIOL&222 (5 cr.) BIOL&223 (5 cr.) CHEM&141 (4 cr.) CMEH&142 (4 cr.) CHEM&143 (4 cr.) CHEM&151 (1 cr.) CMEH&152 (1 cr.) CHEM&153 (2 cr.) Notes: A full year sequence at a single college is the best preparation for the baccalaureate biology degree. Section G: Major Related Programs (MRPs) : page G6

7 C. Electives Generic DTA Requirements: Elective credits MRP Requirements: 15 additional quarter credits Clark College equivalents: 14 additional quarter credits (note: Clark s chemistry sequence has 16 credits) Notes: Electives allow students to include additional courses to prepare for the biology major based on college selection. Examples include a full year sequence of organic chemistry for majors; a full year sequence of physics for science majors; or further math at the pre-calculus level or above or statistics. Students should check with the transfer institution prior to taking any further biology courses beyond the one-year sequence. Some colleges require all continuing biology courses be taken at the 300 level. Biology Education Associate of Science Track 1 MRP The following is a degree program designed by a consortium of two-year and four-year colleges in Washington. Students should be aware that baccalaureate institutions may have slightly different requirements for these degrees, and students should consult the transfer institution for exact questions. Students should complete the entirety of any science sequence at the same school for best transferability. These degrees are not DTA degrees, and there are some general education requirements that students will need to finish upon transfer. Though this degree does not require such, Clark College students should know that the standard Clark AS degree path has these differences from the Major Related Program (MRP) defined below: Clark requires 3 credits of Health-Physical Education coursework. Students must also meet the residency requirements as established by Clark. While Clark College has approved offering the degree below, Clark students should keep these requirements in mind should their transfer pathways change. Students completing this Associate of Science will receive the same priority consideration for admission to the baccalaureate institution as they would for completing the direct transfer associate degree and will be given junior status by the receiving institution. Students are responsible for researching and preparing for specific major requirements of baccalaureate institutions as early as possible prior to transferring. A. Basic Requirements Generic Requirements: 1. Communications Skills (5 credits) MRP Requirements: 5 quarter credits of English composition Clark College equivalents: ENGL&101 (5 cr.) Generic Requirements: 2. Quantitative/Symbolic Reasoning Requirement (5 credits) Intermediate algebra proficiency is required. MRP Requirements: 10 quarter credits of calculus Intermediate algebra proficiency is required. Clark College equivalents: MATH&151 (5 cr.) MATH&152 (5 cr.) Notes: Pre-Calculus courses do not meet this requirement. Section G: Major Related Programs (MRPs) : page G7

8 B. Distribution Requirements Generic Requirements: 1. Humanities/Fine Arts/English and Social Sciences (15 credits) 15 credits of humanities and social science with at least five credits taken from each. Three different subjects required. No more than 5 credits of performance classes are allowed. MRP Requirements: 5 quarter credits Introductory Speech 5 quarter credits General Psychology Clark College equivalents: CMST&220 (5 cr.) PSYC&100 (5 cr.) Plus 5 additional HUM or SS credits. Notes: Courses in Humanities/Social Science must come from the current ICRC distribution list in order to count as General Education or General University Requirements (GERs/GURs) at the receiving institution. Additional general educational requirements, cultural diversity requirements, and foreign language requirements, as required by the transfer institution, must be met prior to the completion of a baccalaureate degree. Generic Requirements: 2. Science Pre-Major Requirement i. Chemistry for science majors sequence (15 quarter credits) ii. Third-quarter calculus or approved statistics course (5 quarter credits) iii. Biology for science majors or physics (calculus or non-calculus based) (15 quarter credits) iv. Additional requirements: quarter credits in physics, geology, organic chemistry, biology, or mathematics, consisting of courses normally taken for science majors (not general education), preferably in a 2- or 3-quarter sequence. MRP Requirements: 15 quarter credits General Chemistry 15 quarter credits Organic Chemistry 15 quarter credits of majors level biology 5 quarter credits statistics Clark College equivalents: CHEM&141 (4 cr.) CHEM&142 (4 cr.) CHEM&143 (4 cr.) CHEM&151 (1 cr.) CHEM&152 (1 cr.) CHEM&153 (2 cr.) CHEM&241 (4 cr.) CHEM&242 (4 cr.) CHEM&243 (4 cr.) CHEM&251 (1 cr.) CHEM&252 (1 cr.) CHEM&253 (2 cr.) BIOL&221 (5 cr.) BIOL&222 (5 cr.) BIOL&223 (5 cr.) MATH203 (3 cr.) and MATH204 (3 cr.) Notes: Students should be advised that some baccalaureate institutions require physics with calculus to meet this requirement. This would cause the degree to be 105 credits. Section G: Major Related Programs (MRPs) : page G8

9 C. Electives Generic Requirements: Additional college-level courses so that total earned is at least 90 credits. May include prerequisites for major courses (e.g. pre-calculus), additional major coursework, or specific general education or other university requirements, as approved by the advisor. MRP Requirements: credits, depending on pathways above 5 additional quarter credits of English composition Field Experience or Intro to Education recommended 15 quarter credits of Physics recommended Clark College equivalents: ENGL&102 (5 cr.) required. EDUC&201 (3 cr.) and EDUC210 (3 cr.) recommended. PHYS&221, 222, and 223 recommended Plus additional credits to reach 90 minimum quarter credits. These may include needed college-level calculus prerequisites. Notes: A maximum of five (5) quarter credits of gray area courses will be accepted in the remaining credits category. Students should consult with baccalaureate institutions on the Physics courses the addition of these courses may bring the degree total to 105 credits. Business DTA/MRP This pathway is applicable to students planning to prepare for various business majors at universities in Washington 1. Effective July 1, 2012, this agreement cancels and supersedes the existing statewide Business DTA agreement dated Summer 2003 and revised April Prior to July 1, 2012, parties to the 2006 and 2003 Business DTA MRP agree to continue to honor that agreement until July 1, This agreement shall be subject to review and renewal by all parties not later than September This document represents the business DTA/MRP agreement that meets all requirements of Washington s Direct Transfer Agreement, between the baccalaureate institutions offering a Bachelor of Science or Bachelor of Arts in business administration including accounting, management, and management information systems and the community and technical college system. Baccalaureate institutions party to this agreement are Central Washington University, Eastern Washington University, University of Washington (all campuses), Washington State University (all campuses), Western Washington University, Gonzaga University, Heritage University, Pacific Lutheran University, Saint Martin s University, Seattle Pacific University, Seattle University, Walla Walla University, and Whitworth University. Though this degree does not require such, Clark College students should know that the standard Clark AA degree path has these differences from the MRP defined below: a. Clark requires 3 credits of Health-Physical Education coursework, b. As of Fall 2011, Clark requires a course in Oral Communication, and c. Clark s Social Science distribution requirement stipulates that students take courses from at least three different departments. Students must also meet the residency requirements as established by Clark. While Clark College has approved offering the degree below, Clark students should keep these requirements in mind should their transfer pathways change. 1 This DTA/MRP is not intended for Community and Technical College students pursuing a terminal professional/technical degree in Business. Section G: Major Related Programs (MRPs) : page G9

10 A. Basic Requirements Generic DTA Requirements: 1. Communications Skills (10 credits) MRP Requirements: 10 quarter credits of English composition Clark College equivalents: ENGL&101 (5 cr.) ENGL&102 (5 cr.) or ENGL&235 (5 cr.) Notes: ENGL&102 is REQUIRED at Eastern Washington University. Generic DTA Requirements: 2. Quantitative/Symbolic Reasoning Requirement (5 credits) Intermediate algebra proficiency is required MRP Requirements: 10 credits total Must include 5 credits of business calculus, calculus I or a higher-level math that includes calculus as a prerequisite. May include finite math or pre-calculus prerequisites for calculus or other courses to prepare for business calculus. Clark College equivalents: Course 1: MATH&148, 151, 152, 153, 215, 221, or 254 (5 cr.) Course 2: MATH103 or 105; MATH&111, 152, 153, 215, 221, or 254 (5 cr.) B. Distribution Requirements Generic DTA Requirements: 1. Humanities (15 credits) MRP Requirements: 15 quarter credits of Humanities Consistent with the requirements in all DTA degrees no more than 10 credits per discipline area, 5 credits maximum in world languages or ASL. No more than 5 credits of performance/skills classes are allowed. Clark College equivalents: 15 quarter credits of Humanities as defined in the Clark College catalog. CMST&220 is strongly recommended. Notes: Students intending the international business major should consult their potential transfer institutions regarding the level of world language required for admission to the major. 5 credits in world languages may apply to the Humanities requirement. CMST&220 is specifically required for WSUV business transfer. Generic DTA Requirements: 2. Social Sciences (15 credits) MRP Requirements: 15 quarter credits of Social Sciences, specifically: 5 credits, microeconomics 5 credits, macroeconomics 5 credits additional social science (not economics) Clark College equivalents: ECON&201 (5 cr.) ECON&202 (5 cr.) 5 credits of social science outside economics Generic DTA Requirements: 3. Natural Sciences MRP Requirements: 15 quarter credits to include: 5 credits in statistics (business statistics preferred) 10 credits physical, biological, and/or earth science, including at least one lab course. Section G: Major Related Programs (MRPs) : page G10

11 Clark College equivalents: BUS or MATH203 (3 cr.) BUS or MATH204 (3 cr.) 10 credits of natural science course work, including one lab, as defined by Clark College Notes: Students intending the manufacturing management major at WWU should consult WWU regarding the selection of natural science courses required for admission to the major. C. Major Requirements Generic DTA Requirements: 6. Business courses MRP Requirements: 20 credits, including: 5 credits, Intro to Financial Accounting 5 credits, Financial Accounting II 5 credits, Managerial Accounting 5 credits, Business Law or Introduction to Law Clark College equivalents: For all schools except UW: ACCT&201 (5 cr.) ACCT&202 (5 cr.) ACCT&203 (5 cr.) BUS&201 (5 cr.) Notes: Universities with a lower-division Business Law requirement: UW (all campuses), WSU (all campuses) EWU, CWU, WWU, Gonzaga, SMU, SPU, Whitworth. The following institutions do not require a lower-division Business Law course and agree to accept the course taken as part of this degree as a lower-division elective, but generally not as an equivalent to the course required at the upper division: Heritage, PLU, SU, and Walla Walla University. International students who completed a business law course specific to their home country must take a business law course at a U.S. institution in order to demonstrate proficiency in U.S. business law. D. Electives Generic DTA Requirements: 7. Elective courses MRP Requirements: 5 credits of electives Clark College equivalents: 5 credits of electives Notes: Five institutions have requirements for admission to the major that go beyond those specified above. Students can meet these requirements by careful selection of the elective University Course Equivalent to: WSU (all campuses): Management Information Systems MIS 250 Gonzaga: Management Information Systems BMIS 235 PLU: Computer applications CSCE 120, either an equivalent course or skills test SPU: Spreadsheets BUS 1700, either an equivalent course or skills test WWU: Introduction to Business Computer Systems MIS 220 (for transfer students entering fall 2014) Section G: Major Related Programs (MRPs) : page G11

12 Chemistry Education Associate of Science Track 1 MRP The following is a degree program designed by a consortium of two-year and four-year colleges in Washington. Students should be aware that baccalaureate institutions may have slightly different requirements for these degrees, and students should consult the transfer institution for exact questions. Students should complete the entirety of any science sequence at the same school for best transferability. These degrees are not DTA degrees, and there are some general education requirements that students will need to finish upon transfer. Though this degree does not require such, Clark College students should know that the standard Clark AS degree path has these differences from the Major Related Program (MRP) defined below: Clark requires 3 credits of Health-Physical Education coursework. Students must also meet the residency requirements as established by Clark. While Clark College has approved offering the degree below, Clark students should keep these requirements in mind should their transfer pathways change. Students completing this Associate of Science will receive the same priority consideration for admission to the baccalaureate institution as they would for completing the direct transfer associate degree and will be given junior status by the receiving institution. Students are responsible for checking specific major requirements of baccalaureate institutions in the year prior to transferring. A. Basic Requirements Generic Requirements: 1. Communications Skills (5 credits) MRP Requirements: 5 quarter credits of English composition Clark College equivalents: ENGL&101 (5 cr.) Generic Requirements: 2. Quantitative/Symbolic Reasoning Requirement (5 credits) Intermediate algebra proficiency is required. MRP Requirements: 10 quarter credits of calculus Intermediate algebra proficiency is required. Clark College equivalents: MATH&151 (5 cr.) MATH&152 (5 cr.) Notes: Pre-Calculus courses do not meet this requirement. B. Distribution Requirements Generic Requirements: 1. Humanities/Fine Arts/English and Social Sciences (15 credits) 15 credits of humanities and social science with at least five credits taken from each. Three different subjects required. No more than 5 credits of performance classes are allowed. MRP Requirements: 5 quarter credits Introductory Speech 5 quarter credits General Psychology Clark College equivalents: CMST&220 (5 cr.) PSYC&100 (5 cr.) Plus 5 additional HUM or SS credits. Section G: Major Related Programs (MRPs) : page G12

13 Notes: Courses in Humanities/Social Science must come from the current ICRC distribution list in order to count as General Education or General University Requirements (GERs/GURs) at the receiving institution. Additional general educational requirements, cultural diversity requirements, and foreign language requirements, as required by the transfer institution, must be met prior to the completion of a baccalaureate degree. Generic Requirements: 2. Science Pre-major Requirement i. Chemistry for science majors sequence (15 quarter credits) ii. Third quarter calculus or approved statistics course (5 quarter credits) iii. Biology for science majors or physics (calculus or non-calculus based) (15 quarter credits) iv. Additional requirements: quarter credits in physics, geology, organic chemistry, biology, or mathematics, consisting of courses normally taken for science majors (not general education), preferably in a 2- or 3-quarter sequence. MRP Requirements: 15 quarter credits General Chemistry 15 quarter credits Organic Chemistry 15 quarter credits Physics (algebra or calc-based) 5 quarter credits statistics or 3rd-quarter calculus Clark College equivalents: CHEM&141 (4 cr.) CHEM&142 (4 cr.) CHEM&143 (4 cr.) CHEM&151 (1 cr.) CHEM&152 (1 cr.) CHEM&153 (2 cr.) CHEM&241 (4 cr.) CHEM&242 (4 cr.) CHEM&243 (4 cr.) CHEM&251 (1 cr.) CHEM&252 (1 cr.) CHEM&253 (2 cr.) PHYS&221 (5 cr.) PHYS&222 (5 cr.) PHYS&223 (5 cr.) MATH&153 (5 cr.) OR MATH203 (3 cr.) and MATH204 (3 cr.) Notes: Students should be advised that some baccalaureate institutions require physics with calculus to meet this requirement. C. Electives Generic Requirements: Additional college-level courses so that total earned is at least 90 credits. May include prerequisites for major courses (e.g. pre-calculus), additional major coursework, or specific general education or other university requirements, as approved by the advisor. MRP Requirements: credits, depending on pathways above 5 additional quarter credits of English composition Field Experience or Intro to Education recommended Section G: Major Related Programs (MRPs) : page G13

14 Clark College equivalents: ENGL&102 (5 cr.) required. EDUC&201 (3 cr.) and EDUC210 (3 cr.) recommended. Plus additional credits to reach 90 minimum quarter credits. These may include needed college-level calculus prerequisites. Notes: A maximum of five (5) quarter credits of gray area courses will be accepted in the remaining credits category Computer and Electrical Pre-Engineering Associate of Science Track 2 MRP The following is a degree program designed by a consortium of two-year and four-year colleges in Washington. Students should be aware that baccalaureate institutions may have slightly different requirements for these degrees, and students should consult the transfer institution for exact questions. Students should complete the entirety of any science sequence at the same school for best transferability. These degrees are not DTA degrees, and there are some general education requirements that students will need to finish upon transfer. Though this degree does not require such, Clark College students should know that the standard Clark AST degree path has these differences from the Major Related Program (MRP) defined below: Clark requires 3 credits of Health-Physical Education coursework. Students must also meet the residency requirements as established by Clark. While Clark College has approved offering the degree below, Clark students should keep these requirements in mind should their transfer pathways change. Students completing this Associate of Science will receive the same priority consideration for admission to the baccalaureate institution as they would for completing the direct transfer associate degree and will be given junior status by the receiving institution. It is critical that you work with an Engineering faculty advisor to ensure your program will give you the maximum benefit when you transfer. A. Basic Requirements Generic Requirements: 1. Communications Skills (5 credits) MRP Requirements: 5 quarter credits of English composition Clark College equivalents: ENGL&101 (5 cr.) Generic Requirements: 2. Mathematics (10 credits) Two courses at or above introductory calculus level. Third quarter calculus or approved statistics course: 5 quarter credits chosen with the help of an advisor based on the requirements of the specific discipline at the baccalaureate institution the student plans to attend. MRP Requirements: Calculus I, II, III 15 credits Differential Equations 5 credits Linear Algebra 5 credits Clark College equivalents: MATH&151 (5 cr.) MATH&152 (5 cr.) MATH&153 (5 cr.) MATH 215 (5 cr.) MATH 221 (5 cr.) Section G: Major Related Programs (MRPs) : page G14

15 Notes: Clark requires concurrent enrollment of completion in MATH&254 when taking MATH221. MATH103 and MATH111 are required prerequisites for MATH&151 that may be needed if calculus placement is not met via COMPASS. Generic Requirements: 3. Physics (15 credits) Calculus-based or non-calculus based sequence including laboratory. Students should be advised that some baccalaureate programs require physics with calculus. MRP Requirements: Engineering Physics I, II, III + labs 15 to 18 credits Clark College equivalents: PHYS&221 (5 cr.) PHYS&222 (5 cr.) PHYS&223 (5 cr.) Notes: Clark requires concurrent enrollment in PHYS094, 095, and 096. Generic Requirements: 4. Chemistry with Laboratory (5 credits) MRP Requirements: General Chemistry I + labs 5 credits Clark College equivalents: CHEM&141, 151 (5 cr.) Generic Requirements: 5. Required Major Courses MRP Requirements: Electrical Circuits 4-5 credits Computer Programming 4-5 credits Clark College equivalents: ENGR&204 (5 cr.) CSE121 (5 cr.) B. Distribution Requirements Generic Requirements: 1. Humanities/Fine Arts/English and Social Sciences (15 credits) MRP Requirements: Minimum 15 quarter credits: Minimum 5 credits in Humanities, minimum 5 credits in Social Science, plus an additional 5 credits in either Humanities or Social Science for a total of 15 credits. Clark College equivalents: A course in Economics is recommended (ECON&201 or 202). PHIL&106 is strongly recommended as the Humanities course. Notes: Courses taken must come from the current ICRC distribution list in order to count as General Education or General University Requirements (GER s/gur s) at the receiving institution. Additional general educational requirements, cultural diversity requirements, and foreign language requirements, as required by the receiving institution, must be met prior to the completion of a baccalaureate degree. C. Electives Generic Requirements: The remaining quarter credits should be planned with the help of an advisor based on the requirements of the specific discipline at the baccalaureate institution the student selects to attend. For Engineering disciplines, these credits should include a design component consistent with ABET accreditation standards, as approved by the advisor. Section G: Major Related Programs (MRPs) : page G15

16 MRP Requirements: Math, Science & Engr. Electives (20-25 credits) Select 5 electives as appropriate for intended major and intended baccalaureate institution: A second course in Computer Programming object oriented 4-5 credits Innovation in Design Calculus IV (Advanced or Multi-variable Calculus) Technical Writing Statics Dynamics Thermodynamics Digital Logic Biology for Science Majors I + labs General Chemistry II + lab Applied Numerical Methods Microprocessors Clark College equivalents: Required at Clark: MATH&254 (5 cr.) Calculus IV Other electives as advised dependent on transfer institution. Total credits: credits Elementary Education DTA/MRP This pathway is applicable to students planning to prepare for upper-division elementary education major. As of January 2006 this document represents a new agreement between the following baccalaureate institutions offering Elementary Education bachelor s degrees and the community and technical colleges system. Baccalaureate institutions party to this agreement are: CWU, EWU, WSU, WWU, City University, Gonzaga, Heritage, PLU, SMU, SPU, Walla Walla University, and Whitworth. Since Clark has had a long-standing degree path with WSUV in Elementary Education, students should follow the specific MRP for WSUV to ensure that they are meeting WSUV s cohort admissions requirements. Although not required for this degree, students should be advised they must take the WEST-B in order to apply to teacher preparation programs. Though this degree does not require such, Clark College students should know that the standard Clark AA degree path has these differences from the MRP defined below: a. Clark requires 3 credits of Health-Physical Education coursework, and b. As of Fall 2011, Clark requires a course in Oral Communication, and c. Clark s Social Science distribution requirement stipulates that students take courses from at least three different departments. Students must also meet the residency requirements as established by Clark. While Clark College has approved offering the degree below, Clark students should keep these requirements in mind should their transfer pathways change. Students are responsible for researching and preparing for specific major requirements of baccalaureate institutions as early as possible prior to transferring. Section G: Major Related Programs (MRPs) : page G16

17 A. Basic Requirements Generic DTA Requirements: 1. Communications Skills (10 credits) MRP Requirements: 10 quarter credits of English composition Clark College equivalents: ENGL&101 (5 cr.) ENGL&102 (5 cr.) Generic DTA Requirements: 2. Quantitative/Symbolic Reasoning Requirement (5 credits) Intermediate algebra proficiency is required. MRP Requirements: 9-15 quarter-based credits of math content at the lower division level must include number theory, geometry, probability and statistics, with a focus on the development of mathematical concepts in elementary education curriculum. These credits will be accepted by the baccalaureate institutions as fulfilling the lower division math requirements in the Direct Transfer Agreement (DTA) and any additional math credits which may go beyond those requirements will be accepted as electives. Intermediate algebra proficiency is required. Clark College equivalents: MATH120 (5 cr.) MATH121 (5 cr.) OR MATH122 (5 cr.) MATH123 (5 cr.) MATH124 (5 cr.) B. Distribution Requirements Generic DTA Requirements: 1. Humanities (15-20 credits) MRP Requirements: credits in Humanities include: Required 3-5 credits public speaking 5 credits US History (might be a Social Science at some community colleges). Recommended 7-12 credits from the following list: art, music, literature, or drama/theater. Consistent with the requirements in all DTA degrees no more than 10 credits per discipline area, 5 credits maximum in world languages or ASL. No more than 5 credits of performance/skills classes are allowed. Clark College equivalents: CMST&220 (5 cr.) Fulfills oral communication requirement. HIST&146, 147, or 148 (5 cr.) 7-12 additional humanities courses Generic DTA Requirements: 2. Social Sciences (20 credits) MRP Requirements: 20 credits in Social Sciences, representing at least 3 disciplines, include: Required 5 credits World Civilization or Non-Western History Recommended 15 credits from the following list: Economics, Geography, Political Science, Psychology, or additional History. Integrated coursework covering several of these topics is encouraged. Section G: Major Related Programs (MRPs) : page G17

18 Clark College equivalents: HIST& 126, 127, or 128 (5 cr.) 15 additional credits from majors at left. No more than 10 credits in one discipline. Notes: WSU, CWU, & SM require developmental (lifespan) psychology. Generic DTA Requirements: 3. Natural Sciences MRP Requirements: 15 credits in Natural Sciences include: 5 credits Biological sciences 5 credits Geology or Earth Science 5 credits physical sciences (Chemistry or Physics), two of the above with lab Clark College equivalents: 15 credits in Natural Sciences include: 5 credits Biological sciences 5 credits Geology or Earth Science 5 credits physical sciences (Chemistry or Physics), two of the above with lab C. Major Requirements MRP Requirements: The baccalaureate institutions will accept 5 quarter credits of education-specific professional introduction coursework, if the coursework meets the following Washington endorsement competencies for Elementary Teachers: - an exploration of the historical, philosophical and social aspects of elementary education - an evaluation from the field site supervisor observing the student s work with children - awareness of the certification process in the state of Washington Clark College equivalents: EDUC&201 (3 cr.) EDUC210 (3 cr.) MRP Requirements: A minimum of 30 hours of K-8 classroom experience must be included during the degree program. Clark College equivalents: Students should consult with the transfer institution to ensure fulfillment of this requirement. MRP Requirements: 3-5 credits in gender/culture coursework Clark College equivalents: Students should consult with the transfer institution to ensure fulfillment of this requirement. MRP Requirements: Students should be able to demonstrate computer literacy in software programs including word processing, PowerPoint, spreadsheets, in addition to being proficient on the Internet. These skills may be demonstrated through a portfolio of files gathered during their education coursework. Clark College equivalents: Students should consult with the transfer institution to ensure fulfillment of this requirement. Section G: Major Related Programs (MRPs) : page G18

19 D. Electives Generic DTA Requirements: Elective courses MRP Requirements: Other college-level courses, of which a maximum of 15 credits may be in college-level courses as defined by the community college, and the remainder shall be fully transferable as defined by the receiving institution. Where appropriate, preparation courses for the major, minor, or professional certification should ideally be included in this coursework. Clark College equivalents: Credits that fulfill the requirements at left to bring the total degree to 90 credits Elementary Education DTA/MRP WSUV Pathway This pathway is applicable to students planning to prepare for upper division elementary education major. This degree is defined specifically for transfer to the WSUV cohort program in elementary education and replaces the AA-DTA for WSUV transfer in Elementary Education. The courses listed below are based on admissions requirements for the 2012 Bachelor of Arts in Education/Teacher Preparation Program. Requirements may change as time goes forward, and students should consult with WSUV to keep abreast of these. This degree is specifically tailored to WSUV. Students completing this program will receive an Elementary Education DTA/MRP. Students should consult with other institutions about their specific entry requirements. The coding for this degree is NOT different than that of the standard Elementary Education degree. Although not required for this degree, students should be advised they must take the WEST-B in order to apply to teacher preparation programs. Though this degree does not require such, Clark College students should know that the standard Clark AA degree path has these differences from the MRP defined below: Clark requires 3 credits of Health-Physical Education coursework. Students must also meet the residency requirements as established by Clark. While Clark College has approved offering the degree below, Clark students should keep these requirements in mind should their transfer pathways change. A. Basic Requirements Generic Requirements: 1. Communications Skills (10 credits) MRP Requirements: 10 quarter credits of English composition Clark College equivalents: ENGL&101 (5 cr.) ENGL&102 (5 cr.) Generic Requirements: 2. Quantitative/Symbolic Reasoning Requirement (5 credits) Intermediate algebra proficiency is required MRP Requirements: 9-15 quarter-based credits of math content at the lower division level must include number theory, geometry, probability and statistics, with a focus on the development of mathematical concepts in elementary education curriculum. These credits will be accepted by the baccalaureate institutions as fulfilling the lower division math requirements in the Direct Transfer Agreement (DTA) and any additional math credits which may go beyond those requirements will be accepted as electives. Intermediate algebra proficiency is required Section G: Major Related Programs (MRPs) : page G19

20 Clark College equivalents: MATH120 (5 cr.) MATH121 (5 cr.) OR MATH122 (5 cr.) MATH123 (5 cr.) MATH124 (5 cr.) Note: The Math sequence was discontinued in ; it will continue to be accepted for the degree at this time. New students need to take the 15-credit sequence. B. Distribution Requirements Generic Requirements: 1. Humanities (15-20 credits) MRP Requirements: credits in Humanities include: Required 3-5 credits public speaking 5 credits US History (might be a Social Science at some community colleges). Recommended 7-12 credits from the following list: art, music, literature, or drama/theater. Consistent with the requirements in all DTA degrees no more than 10 credits per discipline area, 5 credits maximum in world languages or ASL. No more than 5 credits of performance/skills classes are allowed. Clark College equivalents: Requirements: CMST&220 (5 cr.) Fulfills oral communication requirement. MUS106 (3 cr.) HIST&146, 147, or 148 (5 cr.) Recommended: ENGL105 (5 cr) will be accepted as a Humanities course for the Elementary Education degree. Generic Requirements: 2. Social Sciences (20 credits) MRP Requirements: 20 credits in Social Sciences, representing at least 3 disciplines, include: Required 5 credits World Civilization or non-western History, Recommended 15 credits from the following list: Economics, Geography, Political Science, Psychology, or additional History. Integrated coursework covering several of these topics is encouraged. Clark College equivalents: Required for the MRP: HIST&126, 127, or 128 (5 cr.) Required for WSUV admission: PSYC&100 (5 cr.) PSYC&200 (5 cr.) POLS111 or 171 (3-5 cr.) GEOG&100 (5 cr.) and ECON101, &201, or &202 (3-5 cr.) OR GEOG&207, 220, 221, 222, or 223 (5 cr.) Notes: GEOG&207 is formerly ECON107 or GEOG107. GEOG207, 220, 221, 222, or 223 will be accepted for both the geography and the economics requirements. Section G: Major Related Programs (MRPs) : page G20

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